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facebook all f-commerced up

facebook all f-commerced up

facebook all f-commerced up 900 607 digital devotee

source: business insider

Facebook has been thinking about two things really hard this year: how to beat Pinterest and how to get in on brand’s e-commerce business.

Well, they are now some way closer to doing that!  They are working with a few key retailers to introduce photo Collections that allow users to “want” or “collect” products and even have a direct link to e-commerce (f-commerce if you like).  Watch out for changes at Pottery Barn, Wayfair, Victoria’s Secret, Michael Kors, Neiman Marcus, Smith Optics, and Fab.com.

I couldn’t see these from Hong Kong which may mean that the Collections are targeted to the US in this testing phase.

// UPDATE //

I spoke to Facebook Hong Kong in early March 2013 and they confirmed these trials are ongoing in the US.

read more:
mashable.com/2012/10/08/facebook-wantable-pic
www.businessinsider.com/brands-testing-facebooks-want-button-2012-10

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Taura Edgar

I am a digital marketing professional based in Hong Kong since 1998. My experience spans digital marketing, social media, branding, PR, advertising, customer service, loyalty, and media. I have developed and led digital teams to grow brands and I have a keen interest in brand communications, digital strategy, customer service for social media and how those can work together with CRM to enhance customer experience / retention. I value long-term vision of enriching customer experience to extend loyalty above short-term fixes.

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